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parrot wiring?

Hello, I was wondering what are the green and beige wires marked line"-" and line"+" are for, that come out of the blue box?

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I installed mine today. All the loose cables don't do anything AFAIK. I cut them all and used them to tie the usb lead to the car's wiring loom for it to reach to the arm rest!
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The line + & - are only used on an amped kit. They're not used on a civic.
Tape the ends up to insulate them & tape them out the way
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Cheers!! Gona fit mine at the weekend. hope all go's ok.
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I googled parrot wiring...found this...

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Don't insulate them or cut them, as you can see in the picture above, they're there to connect in the parrot. If you're pressed for cash, a budgie will suffice, but it won't be able to read your phonebook.












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